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Mosses and Liverworts in Wales: Woodland
... splendens In Wales this a moss mainly of upland acid woods, heaths, degraded and drying blanket bogs, and roadside banks. A fairly robust plant, which with its flattened, regularly-branched shoots has ...
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Mosses and Liverworts in Wales: Bogs
... natural landscape. There are various types of bogs or ombrotrophic mires, but two of the most important are raised bogs and blanket bogs. Raised bogs are so called because of the domed profile ... Blanket bogs are more typical of upland areas in Wales, and their shape much more reflects the contours of the landscape - overlaying them like a blanket! Several sub-types of both raised and blanket bogs ...
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Empetrum nigrum - Plants For A Future database report
... and also N. America Habitat Moors and mountain tops, and in the drier parts of blanket bogs[17]. Edibility Rating 3 (1-5) Medicinal Rating 2 (1-5) Physical Characteristics An evergreen ...
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Rid of cattails - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... 21 While doing some reading for my upcoming new pond and bogs, I came across people complaining about an overabundance of cattails. Also ... using now (put out by the Roundup people) Pea gravel blanket on the pond bottom usually lasts for years with minimal replenishing ... old plants die off, then, put in a pea gravel blanket, refill, get muskrats, mallards, a blow torch and a large chemical ...
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Cranberry Site Requirements
... areas of northern Michigan should follow Wisconsin winter protection practices (flooding to produce an ice blanket, reflooding to add thickness to the ice, drawing water out from under the ice). ... of the lower peninsula. The evapo-transpiration from cranberry bogs in Michigan would likely be similar to that of Wisconsin bogs. Air temperatures and relative humidity, which largely control evapo- ...
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Grow Native!
... waterfowl and many types of birds use it as a nesting site. Will grow in bogs.... Cercis canadensis Common Name: Eastern Redbud Leafless horizontal branches are smothered in small deep pink ... foliage is handsome all season long.... Chionanthus virginicus Common Name: Fringetree Shimmering, white frothy flowers blanket this shrub/small tree in May or June. Small, round, bluish olive-like fruit form ...
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RBGE: Alpines at Edinburgh
... . Alpines grow in the varied habitats found in this zone: high meadow, rocky outcrops, cliffs, bogs and screes. Alpines typically have dwarf, compact growth habits, which protect them against strong winds ... that cannot easily be created outdoors. In the wild, some plants are hidden under a blanket of snow for several months and dislike winter wet, while some enjoy particularly dry winters ...
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The Rosebay Volume 4 Number 2 Fall 1975
... on his farm of over a hundred and twenty-five acres. He had two cranberry bogs, an apple orchard, and two peach orchards to tend, besides overseeing his widespread plantings of ... to name them, for to do so would invite serious errors of omission, so a blanket "thank you" must go out to all those who have labored so diligently in behalf ...
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Postgraduate Theses
... . Kelly & J. Parnell) Kelly, Lara 1994 A study of the vegetation of Clara and Raheenmore Bogs, Co. Offaly PhD (D.W. Jeffrey) 1995 Finnan, John 1995 A study of the relative ... , Catherine1995 The growth of Miscanthus x giganteus in Ireland MSc (M.B. Jones) Dwyer, Rosaleen1995 Blanket bog initiation and development in north west Mayo, Ireland PhD (F.J.G. Mitchell) 1996 ...
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